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rear brake pedal

Post  mortaygo on Thu Oct 21, 2010 4:52 am

does anyone make a rear brake pedal extentsion for the foot of the brake pedal, mine is a bit bent, and I struggle to find it with my big foot... BRP smile
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Post  mortaygo on Mon Oct 25, 2010 6:36 am

for passionate XR650R owners, you lot don't have a great deal of input.... or do you need to be a part of a special purple circle to get a response....
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Re: rear brake pedal

Post  giantpiggy on Tue Oct 26, 2010 2:15 pm

do remember ballards having both footpeg and brake pedal extensions a while ago,maybe worth a try.Also i get about 300-350 km out of the acerbis tank on the xr,with general open dirt roads,not a great fan of the acerbis tanks shape (bit hard to move up forward when cornering),the aqualine safari tanks seem better.

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thanks mate

Post  mortaygo on Wed Oct 27, 2010 12:24 pm

didn't realize we spoke a different language here in Oz.... dam seppo's must not understand our accent even when we type razz
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Re: rear brake pedal

Post  modette on Mon Nov 01, 2010 11:38 pm

Can you please speak English razz
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Re: rear brake pedal

Post  fiep on Wed Nov 03, 2010 7:13 am

non native speaker
so please try your best British incest Englich for me

stock rear brake pedal is steel
why dont you just bend to where you like
if it is to short simply extend by welding in some flat iron
while you are at it,
weld a big washer to the back no, to the left side,
hmm the side of the tip facing the engine cover,
to provide a bigger surface and less risk of bashing in the engine cover with your own lever

same with your shifter
you also can adjust the height of your rear brake lever
by adjusting the stop bold
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Re: rear brake pedal

Post  modette on Thu Dec 02, 2010 12:27 am

Why not just put a case protector instead of welding a washer to the back side...LOL
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NOT TO BUST YOUR BALL BEARINGS HERE BUT...

Post  Bump on Thu Dec 02, 2010 1:29 am

Hey man,

I posted the solution to this a LONG time ago on here so before picking on anyone you might do a thorough search. I know the search doesn't work very well but still it's here and I usually post new stuff I run across. Plus, I check the new posts section all the time but don't remember seeing yours or I'd have replied. Don't hesitate to email me directly if you have a ?

Here it is again: http://www.hdmoto.com/

Also know that the Team bikes usually file down the teeth on the case side so a bend doesn't dig into the cover.
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mortaygo wrote:for passionate XR650R owners, you lot don't have a great deal of input.... or do you need to be a part of a special purple circle to get a response....
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That's funny!

Post  Bump on Thu Dec 02, 2010 1:34 am

I will give you some props on the special purple circle comment. Excellent social criticism. They're about as sincere as all the FUs on AdvPoser.

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